'''King Zhou''' () was the pejorative posthumous name
given to '''Di Xin''' (), the last king of the Shang dynasty
of ancient China.
He is also called '''Zhou Xin''' (; Zhòu Xīn). He may also be referred to by adding "Shang" (商 Shāng) in front of any of his names. In Chinese, wikt:纣|紂
also refers to a horse crupper
the part of a saddle or harness that is most likely to be soiled by the horse.